I wrote information to guide your trip planning to Bonito. After all, Brazil’s most organized ecotourism destination requires advance booking and a certain investment of time and money. I already mentioned how boring some care is, but they are necessary for the preservation and responsible for giving international visibility to the destination.
In southern Brazil, on the border with Uruguay, there is the largest lagoon in the country. A water mirror of over 2.000 km2, surrounded by wetlands and reeds, designated a world freshwater reservoir by Unesco; a place for those who like peace and quiet, fresh air, nature and sports.